Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Provincial scene:

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BC Liberals maintain minority government in recount, with ballots still to count
Premier Clark absent as B.C. party leaders begin post-election negotiations
Day 2 of B.C. election final count ends with NDP leading by 101 votes in Courtenay-Comox
Vote verdict in Comox will clear political picture
Crucial B.C. election absentee ballots being counted in Courtenay-Comox
NDP lead by 101 votes in Courtenay-Comox; more ballots to count
B.C. Election 2017: NDP holds 101 vote lead in Courtenay-Comox; more ballots to be counted Wednesday
Coalition government in BC will show why proportional representation is better

Get ready for a Green ride in B.C.
Here is why B.C. must do its own review of the Trans Mountain pipeline
Latest Vancouver Chinatown proposal headed for battle
High winds add to flooding fears as storm approaches B.C.'s southern Interior
Officials call on Alberta to step up overdose response
Strong winds knock out power to 10s of thousands across B.C.
Why a B.C. Green-NDP coalition is not slam dunk
Activists plan to oppose retooled Chinatown development at hearing
Granville Island reboot lacks a daring vision for the future
Controversial Leadnow active in B.C. Politics, Vancouver city affairs
Greens, NDP would sacrifice legitimacy by imposing proportional representation
Granville Island redevelopment plans focus on accessibility, innovation and keeping what's worked
Chinatown public hearing attracts more registered speakers than fights over bike lanes and casino

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